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British Prime Minister Johnson compares his opponent with Stalin

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is also the leader of the Conservative Party, once again criticized his opponent Jeremy Corbin. Corbin, recall, leads the Labor Party in the United Kingdom.




According to Johnson, Jeremy Corbin accumulates the whole tragedy of the Labor Party, "hating the desire for profit."

In an article in The Daily Telegraph, Boris Johnson compares Corbin with Joseph Stalin. According to the current British Prime Minister, the Labor Party intends to further promote the idea of ​​a rampant tax increase:

They want to show that this hatred of theirs is directed at specific billionaires, while they themselves point to people with a vengeance that has not existed since the Stalin’s persecution of “fists”.

An article by Boris Johnson in Britain itself was considered an election campaign. The fact is that a new election campaign is starting today - a new composition of the House of Commons of the British Parliament is being elected. The elections themselves will be held on December 12.

For those who have exclusively "clip", "dominant" thinking in Britain, the figure of Stalin herself causes fear, which Boris Johnson tried to use, who suddenly remembered the process of the so-called dispossession. If Johnson's party gains a majority in the election, he will again be appointed Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
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  1. Thrifty
    Thrifty 6 November 2019 06: 14
    +5
    Count with a minus to him for knowing the story! fool marked by stupid stupidity, and the desire to spit in the direction of Russia, since Stalin was an integral part of our state, it does not matter what it is called, part of our history.
    1. Aerodrome
      Aerodrome 6 November 2019 06: 19
      +7
      Borya, in general, gives the impression of an inadequate person, and in general the politicians were shredded by the naglitsy, Winston tossed and turns.
      1. Valery Valery
        Valery Valery 6 November 2019 06: 52
        +4
        Decade Trend:
        In order to get the support of the people and become a popular politician, you need to be a freak !!
        1. Shurik70
          Shurik70 6 November 2019 07: 36
          0
          I think the billionaires in England are still much smaller than the rest.
          And a "tax hike for billionaires" will be welcomed by the majority.
          So it’s not a very good argument for starting an election campaign. laughing
          1. Vladimir16
            Vladimir16 6 November 2019 07: 52
            +2
            Johnson knows about fists!
            Johnson knows Stalin!
            Good for you!
            And if the Don River can be indicated on the map, then you can be glad for the British - their Prime Minister is educated above the average American!

            So Johnson, like Trump, knows that Ukraine has always been only a part of Russia.

            Educated people began to appear in the western elite.
            1. Shurik70
              Shurik70 6 November 2019 14: 13
              0
              Johnson is generally a child prodigy against the rest.
              In 2008, a survey was conducted among British teenagers.
              23% think that Winston Churchill is a fiction.
              58% consider Sherlock Holmes a real person.
              Source:
              https://www.abc.net.au/news/2008-02-04/nearly-quarter-of-brits-think-churchill-a-myth-poll/1031856
      2. knn54
        knn54 6 November 2019 09: 15
        0
        Just the old pre-election trick is not me good, it's bad.
    2. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 6 November 2019 06: 19
      +8
      The representative of the nation, the first to use concentration camps, should be silent about IV Stalin.
      1. Cut Samshitov
        Cut Samshitov 6 November 2019 07: 13
        +5
        Quote: Uncle Lee
        The representative of the nation, the first to use concentration camps, should be silent about IV Stalin.

        You compare the number of those executed by Heinrich vlll and Ivan lv, other deeds, and it is immediately clear that it is Heinrich who is a bloody maniac and even an apostate. However, the Geibrites portray their king as "ambiguous, but great," and our tsar, unambiguously, as "bloody and insane."
        1. pru-pavel
          pru-pavel 6 November 2019 07: 51
          -3
          Seriously? The British know well who Ivan the Terrible is and often talk about him? I am very surprised now that if they know about it what kind of educated and erudite nation it should be. And could you, for example, throw off links to articles about Ivan the Terrible in The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph. Well, or at least on the results of polls on which at least half of the British were able to say something intelligible about Ivan the Terrible.
          1. Cut Samshitov
            Cut Samshitov 6 November 2019 07: 56
            +1
            Seriously? The British know well who Ivan the Terrible is and often talk about him?
            Well, if "Ivan" is written with a small one, I have no arguments for you (precisely with a small one!)
            1. pru-pavel
              pru-pavel 6 November 2019 07: 57
              -3
              What a typo is, you probably don’t even know. The second time I wrote it with a big one. I just print quickly, I do not have time to register everything correctly.
        2. Vladimir16
          Vladimir16 6 November 2019 07: 57
          +7
          They cowardly call our Tsar Grozny, for they were afraid and are still afraid.
          Remember who ruled the world.
          And they began to call our bloody and crazy Tsar later, in order to stipulate.
          And the merit in this is the Romanovs - for they tried to justify their appearance on the throne.
          They began to crap on the previous government.
          We still do not eradicate this muck.

          For example, Stalin after death was immediately declared a tyrant and blah blah blah.
          And again ahead of all those who seized power in Russia.
          1. pru-pavel
            pru-pavel 6 November 2019 08: 05
            0
            Quote: Vladimir16
            They cowardly call our Tsar Grozny, for they were afraid and are still afraid.
            Remember who ruled the world.


            The English word terrible is usually used to translate the Russian word grozny in Ivan's nickname, but this is a somewhat archaic translation. The Russian word grozny reflects the older English usage of terrible as in "inspiring fear or terror; dangerous; powerful; formidable". It does not convey the more modern connotations of English terrible, such as "defective" or "evil". Vladimir Dal defines grozny specifically in archaic usage and as an epithet for tsars: "courageous, magnificent, magisterial and keeping enemies in fear, but people in obedience". [6] Other translations have also been suggested by modern scholars. [7] [8] [9]

            Quote: translation
            The English word "horror" is usually used to translate the Russian word "terrible" into Ivan's nickname, but this is a somewhat archaic translation. The Russian word “formidable” reflects the older use of the English language “terrible” as “awe-inspiring or terrifying; dangerous; powerful; formidable. " It does not convey the more modern connotations of English horrible, such as "defective" or "evil." Vladimir Dal defines Grozny specifically in archaic usage and as an epithet for tsars: “brave, magnificent, domineering and keeping enemies at bay, but people in obedience”. [6] Other translations have also been suggested by modern scholars. [7] [8] [9]

            Ivan IV Vasilievich, nicknamed Grozny (for the first time in Tatishchev’s “History of the Russian Federation” [6]), also had the names Titus and Smaragd [7], tonsured by Iona (August 25, 1530, the village of Kolomenskoe [8] near Moscow - 18 (28 ) March 1584, Moscow) - the sovereign, the Grand Duke of Moscow and All Russia since 1533, the first king of All Russia (since 1547; except for 1575-1576, when Simeon Bekbulatovich was nominally the “Grand Prince of All Russia”).

            Tatishchev Vasily Nikitich turns out to be a British so cowardly nicknamed Ivan IV.
            Of course it does.
            1. cost
              cost 6 November 2019 08: 39
              +2
              "Boris, you're wrong" Pushkin put this phrase into the mouth of Tsar Ivan, who apparently foresaw the appearance of B. Johnson laughing
              1. Cut Samshitov
                Cut Samshitov 6 November 2019 08: 47
                0
                Quote: Rich
                "Boris, you're wrong" Pushkin put this phrase into the mouth of Tsar Ivan, who apparently foresaw the appearance of B. Johnson laughing

                And rightly so. Very similar to our drunkard, panimash. I wish the British the same consequences from the "leadership" of their Borusik.
          2. Arthur 85
            Arthur 85 6 November 2019 12: 09
            0
            With all due respect to Ivan the Terrible, please tell me how he ruled the world (where there are links to sources), and why the Romanovs gotten so into him if their rights to the throne, as far as I remember, were based on some kind, through his wife, relatives with Terrible?
            1. Vladimir16
              Vladimir16 6 November 2019 14: 29
              0
              Quote: Arthur 85
              please tell me how he ruled the world

              The rules are worthy.
              For example, Kazan took ...

              Here is the source of communication with the British (queen)


              Tell me, why do you need this if earlier you were broke or indifferently interested in Russian history?

              Quote: Arthur 85
              and why the Romanovs got so sick of him


              Grozny was Rurikovich.
              The Romanovs - a new dynasty that replaced the Rurikovich.
              The troubles were ...
              Thousands of dead ...
              It’s not just that, in the registry office to change the name. There is a change of the ruling dynasty.

              Again I will ask you the question: "Why are you suddenly asking?"

              Continue to live with a refrigerator. Tasty to eat sweet sleep. What the hell is this story for you? wink
              1. Arthur 85
                Arthur 85 6 November 2019 15: 31
                -1
                Also with a sofa. He is jealous of the fridge and the zombies. I know that Grozny corresponded with the English queen, and even besides jokes he was going to marry her. How does it follow that he ruled the world? (Australia, Oceania, South America?). Not a single ruler, including Obama and Bush, could say that he rules the world. (Perhaps this is the biggest mistake of mankind - the lack of a single ruler). But how it happened, it happened.
      2. Avis-bis
        Avis-bis 6 November 2019 09: 01
        +1
        Quote: Uncle Lee
        The representative of the nation, the first to use concentration camps, should be silent about IV Stalin.

        ... as well as fists.
        Enclosures - in England in the late 15th - early 19th centuries. a form of liquidation of community lands and regulations. Forcible driving of peasants by feudal lords from the land (which the feudal lords then enclosed with hedges, ditches, etc.). The main reason for the enclosures in the late 15-16 centuries. there was a rise in prices for English wool. Community pasture and arable lands were fenced, which were turned by lords into pastures. Holders of land were driven out of their homes and turned into paupers - beggars and tramps, whose crowds flooded large cities, including London. The Lords partially leased the fenced land to large tenant farmers. The process of enclosures particularly intensified after the English Revolution of the 17th century.

        "Historical Dictionary"


        The possibility of such seizure of land was due to the peculiarities of land ownership in England, the bulk of the arable land was in the hands of nobles, churches and crowns.

        "wiki"

        ... that is, in fact, the state has nationalized the land, having driven the English counterparts of the kulaks from the land.

        The process of enclosures continued until the beginning of the 1760th century, from the XNUMXs determined mainly by acts of parliament.

        Again "wiki".
  2. Fantazer911
    Fantazer911 6 November 2019 06: 17
    0
    It’s time for Johnson to resign, he can’t occupy a leading position since he is an ardent Russophobe and most likely he is promoting Stalin’s ghostness from a position of soft power.
    Johnson Russophobe is a lover of books about Stalin; he read many books about I.V. Stalin, so he quotes him and adjusts everything for himself.
  3. Far B
    Far B 6 November 2019 06: 22
    +3
    Well, one can agree with the fact that the name of Stalin in England causes fear. But how many Englishmen know something about the process of dispossession? And does the term "dispossession" mean anything to them? Dubious
    In general, Johnson Corbin made a gorgeous compliment. Still, before Stalin, as before the moon with cancer.
    1. Cut Samshitov
      Cut Samshitov 6 November 2019 08: 24
      +1
      But how many Englishmen know something about the process of dispossession?
      They had their own process - "fencing" At times bloodier and more terrible.
      1. Far B
        Far B 6 November 2019 08: 30
        +2
        Well, the enclosure was a bit early. 300 years. Yes, and it is not customary for gentlemen in their own de ... uh ... to pick their underwear. And Johnson said specifically about dispossession.
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 6 November 2019 06: 29
    +2
    That in England, that in the USA, Stalin - the USSR - Russia is a very popular bogeyman (Something that inspires fear, disgust; scarecrow, originally - burning sulfur or tar prepared in hell for sinners), which politicians use when there is nothing to cover. The other day, an American senator crawled out into the Senate with a collage of a hammer and sickle, St. Basil's Cathedral (?) On a red background and the inscription "Soviet style". Everyone goes crazy in their own way.
  5. rocket757
    rocket757 6 November 2019 06: 51
    -1
    This is normal"! society gets the ... leader it deserves. And the leader says what his society wants to hear.
  6. Vitaly Tsymbal
    Vitaly Tsymbal 6 November 2019 06: 55
    +1
    It's funny even to imagine how the process of dispossession of kulaks will take place in England))) Where will the British billionaires be resettled? I would recommend our homegrown billionaires settling in "foggy Albion" to be more careful with the brits ... They may not notice their own, but the ex-Russians will certainly be dispossessed)))
    1. your1970
      your1970 6 November 2019 07: 47
      +1
      Quote: Vitaly Tsymbal
      Where will the British billionaires be resettled?

      Do not be afraid, they have centuries of experience, how and where to refer .....
    2. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 6 November 2019 11: 24
      +1
      "It's funny even to imagine how the process of dispossession in England will take place)))" ///
      ----
      He already existed - immediately after the 2nd World War, the Laborites won the elections and carried out a large-scale "dispossession" - the nationalization of banks and industry.
      The country plunged into a long economic crisis, the British Empire collapsed, but the idea of ​​equality triumphed!
      Although many important social reforms of the Laborites (for health, for example) have survived to this day.
      The British were very lucky that during this period the Americans provided the allies with the "Marshall Plan" and gave additional loans.
  7. Amateur
    Amateur 6 November 2019 07: 09
    -1
    Both of them (Corbin and Johnson) before Stalin "Study, study and study again"
  8. Zeev Zeev
    Zeev Zeev 6 November 2019 07: 19
    -2
    Boris Johnson chose the right historical character to compare with Jeremy Corbin.
    1. dzvero
      dzvero 6 November 2019 08: 44
      0
      Or maybe subtly hints to Corbin what country he will receive and what he needs to be Stalin to raise it ... smile
  9. Prisoner
    Prisoner 6 November 2019 07: 34
    0
    He was the one who hastened. So who magnifies his opponent?
  10. cosmonaut
    cosmonaut 6 November 2019 07: 36
    +2
    this struggle with a not combed head natural bomzhara from a garbage dump. where they dug it ... elite pancake
  11. Shuttle
    Shuttle 6 November 2019 07: 42
    +1
    In any case, it turns out that Stalin is very relevant.
  12. Azazelo
    Azazelo 6 November 2019 08: 41
    +2
    It would be better to comb your hair
  13. Ros 56
    Ros 56 6 November 2019 08: 56
    +2
    This eccentric letter M just got excited, they do not have politicians at the Churchill level and are unlikely to be in the near future.
  14. 7,62x54
    7,62x54 6 November 2019 09: 10
    +2
    Borka the clown
  15. saveall
    saveall 6 November 2019 09: 18
    +3
    If Korbin was Stalin, you would have sunbathed Borya somewhere in Greenland in an unheated hut.
  16. Vladimir Nizhegorodsky
    Vladimir Nizhegorodsky 6 November 2019 11: 48
    0
    Johnson is trying to self-actualize.
    What can I say.
    F M O it is in Africa and F M O and Veliko Brittany.
  17. Arthur 85
    Arthur 85 6 November 2019 12: 03
    0
    Corbin Dallas - multi-passport.
  18. swyatoslav
    swyatoslav 6 November 2019 13: 20
    +1
    It is a pity that the journalist did not ask him the question: "Okay, Boris, and what statesman of the past do you associate yourself with?" - "Mmmmmmm ..." - "Maybe Khrushchev? He was still a clown!" laughing
  19. Evil 55
    Evil 55 6 November 2019 14: 30
    0
    "Evil Clown" raged, "Newbie" in his mug ..
  20. Fedorovich
    Fedorovich 6 November 2019 17: 20
    0
    Sickle in the balls and hammer in f ** y all the way to this anal clan.
  21. forester1971
    forester1971 6 November 2019 21: 44
    0
    His comparison with Stalin Boriska Johnson very flattered Corbin.